Learn How-To Root Galaxy Nexus On Android 4.0.2 ICS Using CF-Root
Android is a well-known operating system which is present in lots of devices and Samsung’s devices are also one of them. In this post we’ll talk about to root Galaxy Nexus on Android 4.0.2 ICS using CF-Root. In this regard you can see the steps below all the steps are pretty easy before I get started you can see the words of XDA:
This rooted kernel is for the “rooting beginners” and those who want to keep as close to stock as possible. CF-Root takes the kernel from an original firmware, and just adds root and busybox.
Step 1: First of all you need to download the required kernel for your Galaxy Nexus from the below links and extract the .zip file:
Step 2: Ensure that your device is not connected to your PC then you need to download ODIN v1.85 [XDA Thread]. Launch it.
Step 3: Click on PDA and select CF-Root-xxx-vX.X.tar which you will find in the folder you extracted in Step 1.
Step 4: Switch off your Galaxy Nexus. Once it is completely shut down, press and hold Volume Down + Power buttons to boot into download mode.
Step 5: When in download mode, connect your Galaxy Nexus with your computer.
Step 6: Ensure that you have not checked the Re-Partition option then click on START and wait for your device to reboot.
If you followed the steps correctly, your Galaxy Nexus will now be rooted on Android 4.0.2 Ice Cream Sandwich with Chainfire’s CF-Root tool. If you have any queries, check out the official thread over on XDA.